WHY GOD CREATED THE WORLD: A JONATHAN EDWARDS ADAPTATION, by Ben Stevens

One of Jonathan Edwards’ most outstanding traits was his discontent with the superficial. With deep, penetrating analysis he would explore a question until he got to the bottom of it. The Big Question And what bigger question could there be…

Weekly Recap from Books At a Glance 8.30.14

Greetings from Books At a Glance! We trust that you have had a blessed week, and for those of you in the United States, we hope that you will enjoy this holiday weekend! We published a number of significant articles…

BASICS OF THE FAITH from PR

Niche The need for Christians to read and learn theology remains, and in a culture that is intimidated by books – especially big ones! – it is wise, strategic thinking on the part of P&R Publishing to launch its Basics…

THE BLOOMSBURY COMPANION TO NEW RELIGIOUS MOVEMENTS, by George D. Chryssides and Benjamin E. Zeller

What In the World?  Do you have any idea what’s going in in the name of religion and spirituality in the world around you? Are you aware of the many new religions and how they differ from the newly invented…

Your Weekly Books At a Glance Recap August 23, 2014

Greetings from Books At a Glance! As part of our on-going service to you and commitment to keeping you up to date with current Christian book publications, we always send out a weekly recap of all the articles that we…

The New UBS5 Greek New Testament

Thousands of Greek New Testament manuscripts and manuscript fragments inhabit museums and archives across the world. This fifth edition of the United Bible Societies’ Greek New Testament collates the best of these ancient documents into a reconstruction of what the…

TRUTH IN A CULTURE OF DOUBT: Engaging Skeptical Challenges to the Bible, by Andreas Kostenberger, Darrell Bock, and Josh Chatraw

Of Critics & Zealots There is no zeal like the zeal of a convert. It doesn’t matter much which way the “conversion” goes, whether from Protestantism to Catholicism or from Catholicism to Protestantism, from socialism to capitalism or from capitalism…

FOR US AND FOR OUR SALVATION: THE DOCTRINE OF CHRIST IN THE EARLY CHURCH, by Stephen J. Nichols

A Brief Book Notice For most of us the ancient church remains an unknown world. To be fair, the theological discussions that marked that age were often very complex and involved, and sifting through the various nuances of debate can…

Weekly Recap from Books At a Glance 8.10.14

Greetings from Books At a Glance! Here’s a breakdown of all the articles that we published for you this week. Enjoy!

JESUS THE RADICAL: A PORTRAIT OF THE MAN THEY CRUCIFIED, R. T. France

A Brief Book Notice Books that survey the life of Christ are easy to find, as well they should be. But not many come with the grasp of detail and significance as this from the noted first-rate New Testament scholar, R.T.…

REVERBERATIONS OF THE EXODUS IN SCRIPTURE, R. Michael Fox, ed.

Brief Book Notice This book provides ten essays (chapters) each exploring some aspect of the exodus theme in Scripture. It does not provide a “whole picture” survey of the theme throughout Scripture but selected “reverberations” of it. Three chapters are…

Weekly Recap — August 2, 2014

Greetings from Books At a Glance! As always, there were several significant articles published this week, so be sure to read them all! Enjoy!

A CHRISTIAN’S POCKET GUIDE TO JESUS CHRIST: AN INTRODUCTION TO CHRISTIANITY, by Mark Jones

Bite-Size Bite-size introductions to essential Christian doctrines fill a distinct need in our generation, and insofar as the mystery of the incarnation and its attending implications can be adequately explained with both brevity and simplicity, Mark Jones has done it.…

Weekly Recap — 7.26.14

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Old Princeton Today: Some Recent Studies

The giants of Old Princeton have much to offer, and interest in their work has been on the rise. Here are some significant related titles from recent (10) years. Princeton & Preaching: Archibald Alexander and the Christian Ministry James M.…

John, Polycarp, and Irenaeus: A Fascinating Page from Church History

Here is a delightful page from the early church that you will surely enjoy. First, the quick background. Irenaeus (c. 130-200) was a disciple of Polycarp (died c. 155), who, in turn, was a disciple of the apostle John. The…

JESUS CALLING: ENJOYING PEACE IN HIS PRESENCE, Sarah Young

Even if you haven’t read it, it is doubtful that you haven’t heard about it. Though published fully a decade ago the massive popularity of Sarah Young’s Jesus Calling only continues to climb. In its first three years, the book…

Weekly Recap Books At a Glance — 7.19.14

Greetings from Books At a Glance! Here’s a breakdown of all the articles that we published for you this week. Enjoy!